Cheyenne Walsh received her bachelor’s degree and law degree from University of Arizona.  She also holds a Master of Public Administration degree from Arizona State University.  Prior to entering law school,

Donald G. Isaacson received his bachelor’s degree from Augustana College, and his law degree from Arizona State University, where he was a member of the editorial board of the Law Journal.  He was first admitted to practice in 1973.  From 1975 through 1981, he served as Majority Counsel to the Arizona House of Representatives.  Since 1981, Mr. Isaacson has been in private practice primarily in the area of governmental consulting and lobbying.  During his nearly 35 years of lobbying, he has developed expertise in a wide range of policy areas, including banking, insurance, water, public health, law enforcement, public safety, telecommunications, optometry, higher education, budget and finance, taxation, special districts, and professional licensing for various trades.  Throughout his career, he has been active on the legislative committees of the State Bar Association and Chambers of Commerce. He has served as the Chairman of the State Bar's Professional Liability Committee. He is on the Board of Directors of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Vice-Chairman of its Water, Energy & Natural Resources Committee. He is also the Chairman of the Phoenix Chamber's Health & Insurance Committee.  Mr. Isaacson specializes in representing clients before the Arizona State Legislature, and state and local agencies.

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Ms. Walsh worked as a legislative intern for the Arizona Senate Government & Transportation Committee, and as a legislative associate at the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, where she worked closely with municipalities on issues relating to land use, utilities, development fees, taxes and budgets, and transportation.  She also worked as a legal extern in Washington D.C. on the staff of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee.  She was admitted to practice in 2012 and joined the law firm of Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP where she assisted clients with state and local government relations, Superfund litigation, administrative law and water rights issues.  Ms. Walsh joined Don Isaacson in the firm on January 1, 2015 and specializes in representing clients before the Arizona State Legislature, and state and local agencies.